It can feel overwhelming.
If, and when, you look … there is a lot of sadness that needs our global attention. The trash and recycling epidemic. Immigrant families and how they are treated at the borders. Our past that still needs healing and the future that, at times, feels like too big of a burden to save.
But, the weight of all these problems are not yours alone. They are collectively ours, as a global community. And what each of us does in our smaller communities, within our homes, at the grocery store … there are attainable simple ways we can shift our engagement and feel good about our progress. No matter how large or small. Read More
I am in awe.
There are so many people in our world doing such incredible things. Running businesses, saving lives, thinking outside the box and creating new structures in which to inspire our own lives. Modern day superheroes. Read More
I am so excited to welcome one of my dear friends Krista Tarantino to the blog today. Krista has been an inspiration to me for a few years now and I love how passionate she is not only about her personal health and well-being, but also around bringing more of conscious and informed lifestyle + information to others. As a nurse and the co-creator and co-owner of American Weekend, a beautiful vintage online store, Krista's definition of living a wellness lifestyle expands well beyond what is on her plate. Read More
When we look at ways to get healthy, lose weight, and feel more comfortable in our skin, most of us find hope in the newest diet trend, cutting calories, or simply looking how to clean up our meals. What many of us forget is how to fill up beyond the calories in calories out mentality. Read More
I am excited to welcome to Nourish 360 today, Melanie Villeneuve, the beautiful woman behind the Nomadic Wife. I first stumbled across the Nomadic Wife on Instagram and was drawn to Melanie's welcoming, authentic, and encouraging tone around well-being and slow living. Read More
Happy April everyone. :) I am so excited today to be welcoming to the Nourish 360 community, Eleanor Ozich. Eleanor is a bestselling author, writer and mother to three children. She resides in a small beach house surrounded by native bush in the West Coast of Auckland, New Zealand. She delights in sharing recipes, ideas, and moments inspired by all things simple, seasonal and beautiful. Read More
I have been thinking a lot this month about intentional living. About how daily choices I make in my life and how they in turn affect my personal well-being and also my family, community, and in small ways the world at large.
For example, it have given me a renewed sense of purpose to choose how and what I buy with intention. I am choosing to opt for resale shops and support small business and handmade more and more. Are my choices perfect? No. They will never be, and I will never place that pressure on myself. But, what I choose instead is to make better and more intentional decisions day to day. To feel really good about the way I am spending my time and my money. To be aware and conscious about how my choices create a ripple effect.
Connection is important. To bring more viewpoints into awareness, allow for ideas to inspire, and learn methods to manifest change. The focus at Nourish 360 is always to bring a variety of information to our community to support our unique and individual strive for well-being and happiness. It is also the drive behind our new Wellness Maven Interviews, happening the first Friday of every month. By connecting, learning, and gleaning from others, we gain the opportunity to incorporate new ideas and approaches in our own lives to support ourselves and the others around us. Read More
It's been about two weeks in the Nourish 360 New Years Challenge: "Bringing Back Special" and I have to say I've learned a lot. (And hey, it's not too late to join us over here.) Read More
Welcome everyone to Nourish 360.
Today marks the first official day of this site and I am so very excited to bring it to you this New Year. Because New Years are times for new beginnings and times to think of how we want to restructure and revitalize our lives. To take a deeper look at how we want to be living; to give new intention to our lives. Read More